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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTHRRlDGK DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1 Hog Raising Is Very Profitable i � o > o *�* � % *?# ^ L -t "  v" . .,w;� �' '-LIS ? ? ? Victoria. 11. (\, b>h. i.-Uritish t\>l- f ** uinbia':-; shipbuilding program is to bo augmented by the, **� % A **j *N IMuton, who is hrro t>n his way to Vanrnuver, says the* ISraiul Trunlc Var-^jiHc will sfH-nd $2:�0,�00 in I'rinrn JCiifKM't this y#*�r cm a hvick railway station to meet all rociuiriMiUMils for ton yoara; niHchino shops, and round housu at. Cameron Covo and u thousand-root wharf. HUN PEACE UNACCEPTABLE $300,000 FIRE Knsiuecriug- Company, l-iiuiieti, which j , ' niiic^i. had secured Ica^* of a Harrison, N. J.. Hob. 1.-hire toda> shipbuilding site on a safe and profitable njarku for many yeato t-ome. Nowhere  re tl.e r e t a t' a s safer a:: d grezipr �thi;r. in Western Canada, where the j in his own words, "land -s cheap, where foed crops can j raising be raised tn ah!i;*d.�.nce. :md where the climatic mnil^-ions are siich as to �reduce the- risk of d:*-""ise to a ur.n;- { whirl mnm. No ' fa?s of s;ooi: in^s re-! turns more ipdckly ti the farmer than hngs. The proficiency and the rapidity in whi regular attendant and ex-. tor at tbe International Idve f-ik Show u: Chicago, and has won t.i rar.d Championship over ail .' champions of of Iter breeds In th0 ! brocd sow ilasstw for three year*? in succession. Kvery tlr.ie he has been I there he has met some of hie old be^t fecds_ .king big !/r:i 1, p .1 11 The principal hop foods of Western j friends who would invariably ask Can Ada are alfalfa, oats, barjey and1 him how he achieved his success in wn'ea?- Alfalfa, the king of hoy fod-' raising hogs withour corn. To this ders. Is grown successfully through-: question be would invariably reply, out the west, especially in the irri- "You fellows feed too much corn gaiod areas of Southern Alberta. That i* why you always have to be Oats and barley are exceptionally on the lookout for large sires to keep good crops, and produce splendid j up the size and stamina of your a::d finas 1; one o: -.i.> produce p:o'*v :h and Hog r-i:r':::g has Hp �n v.: money fcr many fa"mc-s in Weaf^rn Canada th.is year. To the small farmer they are indispensable, affording him a steadv income. Kvery week prices ar- rising, and a few iti-smnces of sales t::a:le l\v fai^iiers" in Alhorta this year will he illuminating. In April las' a numlie.* r>r farmers r.f }jcv. Accord. Alberta. hoes, weighing lT.b.'O. on whh-h tl'.ey -allred after payment of freight and expenses. In dntie a farmer cf CrossH^ld, Alberla. shipped a ear of S4 hogs to Calgary. Their to;a! weight wa� Jo.000 and the net amount realized by this farmer was $3.00o. In -September a Gleicbeu j Washington. K*�b. I. � Vt a confer-; enro with u duzen U-'publican and iVmuoraiic senator^ whom lie sum-; moued to the White ih>u;e today, Pre-, sidenr Wilson reiterated his opposition to the pending, hills to create a :superwar cabinet and t' director of uin-\ nit ions, contending ihr.t they would ! hamper him in flie conduct of the war, and that they were unnecessary. U is said the pre .--id en t asked th" senators to co-operate and avoid agi-. tation in the moasun-^. The president j took 1)10 position that the legislation should not be forced upon aim because the v.-as directly responsible* in �the ' pio^ocntion of the war. Tho president also siuknI as his belief that a large measure of i.o-iu:-! dination had been secured and that all ( necessary stops have been and are be-i ins; taken without'n�h-essity for legislation. Senators who attended Cue confer-ein-e said undoubtedly efforts would l�e made in the senate hi cont'oi'mnnce with the presidenCs desire to minimize agitation in behalf of the two bills. NOTHER list of Quality Groceries which will in- terest and assist the economical housekeeper to do her Saturday shopping. i AGAIN IN t C. 7/ pork and bacon of excellent flavor, which always commands tbe top market price. For growing hogs farmer shipped two ears of hogs in herdB. Our feed is the kind that pro- J successive weeks, on the first of \ duc�� good starchy pigs, with plenty f which t:s net receipt? were $3,500. of ham and a deep side of bacon.: and on the s*ro:u! The* price there is no superior food than West- j which you cannot get by feeding j or which the fcogs in the latter car were sold was $10 a hundred pounds.' In the same month a car load made tne erv. Canadian oats, which weigh np 1 corn." In addition to winning to 'o2 pounds to the bushel, and con-j Grand Championship ( Mr. Wieneke tain a lar^e amount of 'meat and 'a : has also won thirty-four champion comparatively small amount of huN. [honors at twenty-four of the best For fattening jiurposes. baric--' is show? in Western Canada, chiefly relied upon, and there is no Farmers who breed the quick ma-doubt that, apart from the weigh: ofKurine and easy keeping kind, get tbe hull, barley grown In Western . their surplus on the market at about Canada is �qualin food value to corn. 1 five to seven months of age. and they and produces a superior quality of: are invariably =o!d before cold w earnest.. ' 1 * > by 3 narty of twelve farrrers of Ivrdue. A'.ber-a. and sold at Edmonton, realized SiMC^.t't. Another car., from San^::n>. Alhftrr�i. made- up by five farmers netted the owners. $I.F,*0. The price of 35c GEO. KERR CO. "Washington. Feb. 1......After a conference today be!\\* en Director General McAdoo and Fnel Administrator Garfield there wf*re strong indications thai the heat less Mondays might be abandoned after nr-xt Monday. February 4. It was considered that the fuel problem had become purely one of transportation. The orrier giving transportation preferences for eoal for domestic consumers, ships and certain classes of war industries, is expected to be continued, however, and itself wilt serve to keep many of the less essential industries closed on Mondays. In his closing remark- at the Forum on Sunday. Jan. 2o. 101S. Mr. W. A. liuchanan made this .-tatemeut: "Some of these radical proposals may have 10 be n-'ed in the solution of some of 1 he problems that arise at the close of th's. war." T. Kdwin Smith in hi-' address to the Forum oh Sunday, Feb. :j. 1&1S. wili take this remark as his starting N FR.-CANAOIANS Quebec 'Feb. 1.-An action, the like of which has probably never before been taken in civic courts, was instituted today in the superior court. Air. Alphonse Germain of Quebec City has entered action for $1!)9 against one, Patrick Ryan, a railroad employee. 1 Calgary. Feb. I- The 50th Battalion ! of Calgary lias been awarded the priv- j j ilege of using the title "Royal'* in recognition of its services in the field. Tt is said of this battalion that it ha's ! never failed io attain its objective. ! Groceries and Provision Merchants ones 1453 point and discuss some of the step-* j wjiom Germain charges with insult that must be preliminary and prepar-1 and vile attacks on the Prench-Canad-atory to such an event. His argument j ian race, in a public place, Billy 1 S ARE HERE is that those who tiro most anxious to inaugurate radical and revolutionary policies should begin now to lay their plans that when this great op- Sharpe's Smoke Shop on St. John street, this city. Mr. Germain explained that he took tho action not to get the money from Ryan but to have ponunny is presented 'o them they'him -pay for his vile words against -make good on the job." French Canadians. His subject is -Tlie Industrial Chal- , ---- lenge." 1 Ladies 1 1 1 The rural Regina. Sask., Feb. 1 municipality of Brat, ei Hudson's Bay coin]hiny, for payment of surtax opened in the supreme court, here this morning. Almost 'every municipality in the province! will be affected by the outcome. Calgary, Feb. X.-There i:eing a claim rt-~-isale of wines under the patent modi- THE BEER WITHOUTA PEER i eneweoAHO bottled by COLD conviction could not, be secured under j provincial laws. The magistrate said 1 this was the first time such a point 'had been raised and reserved Uuent. judg- r The Lethbridge Brewing a Malting Co. Ltd LETHBRlDdE, AtBERTA. ""7-* � -/r^v^y :;:-c �I \ Quebec. Feb. 1.-The Frapcoeur bill \ concerning appeals to the privy conn-: cil came up for study today before tbe 1 j (ju